Student Organizations

New York Law School students participate in a multitude of organizations and activities to pursue legal interests, develop new skills and friendships, and contribute to the Law School and greater NYC community.

Student organizations have made outstanding contributions to the extracurricular life at the Law School. They have produced programs on a wide variety of topics and have organized lectures featuring prominent members of the legal community, in addition to sponsoring charity fundraisers and an annual Multicultural Festival.

Our currently active organizations include:

  • American Constitution Society
  • Anti-Trafficking Law Students Association
  • Asian American Law Students Association
  • Black Law Students Association
  • Caribbean and West Indian Law Students Association
  • Christian Legal Fellowship
  • Courtroom Advocate
  • Criminal Law Society
  • Domestic Violence Project
  • Employment and Labor Law Student Association
  • Family Attorneys Mobilizing
  • Federalist Society
  • First Generation Professionals
  • Health Law Society
  • Hellenic Law Students Association
  • Humanists, Atheists, and Agnostic Lawyers Association
  • Immigration Law Students Association
  • Italian Law Students Association
  • Jewish Law Students Association
  • Latin American Law Students Association
  • Legal Association for Women
  • Media, Entertainment, and Fashion Law Society
  • Muslim Law Students Association
  • National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys
  • National Lawyers Guild
  • NYLS Student Cannabis Bar Association
  • OutLaws
  • Phi Alpha Delta
  • Privacy Law Association
  • Society for International Law and Policy
  • Sports Law Society
  • Student Bar Association
  • Student Veterans of America

If you have questions regarding a student organization, or how to get involved with a student organization, please contact the Office of Student Life.